Stevie Wonder - Innervisions
Stevie Wonder’s “Innervisions” is arguably one of Stevie Wonder’s best recordings and ranks number 23 on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Originally released in 1973, “Innervisions” catapulted Stevie into his most successful era of his career. Peaking at #4 on the Billboard Album Charts and stayed on the charts for an astounding 89 weeks this album is for sure Stevie Wonder at his best. In March of 2012 Audio Fidelity re-released this classic masterpiece in the 24 Karat Gold format and is available once again for the masses to consume.
“Innervisions” is the 14th album from Stevie Wonder and contains 9 tracks that clocks in at just over 44 minutes. The song themes range from drug addiction, life in the city and love ballads. The most notable songs on this recording are the three chart topping singles “Higher Ground”, “Living for the City” and “Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing”. What is most amazing about this album is that Stevie Wonder is credited as playing all the instruments on seven of the nine tracks. Personally I don’t think there is a song on this album I don’t like.
“Innervisions” is a great CD and is a must for any R&B enthusiast or Stevie Wonder fan. However you need to be quick in getting this as there are only 3,000 numbered copies available (and most places are already sold out). If you have heard this classic yet; you need to go out and get your hands on this gem right away.